Image provided by: Dallas Public Library; Dallas, OR
About Polk County observer. (Monmouth, Polk County, Or.) 1888-1927 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1888)
M different kind» of candios at J.
w here is; “ T he A»torian is glad to
report favorable progress in every
Bovs and G irls t.» buy School Books
Horse shoeing, new shoes #1.50;
de|«artm ent of th e A storia ami South
at ( hanint ss’ Independence.
— « f ----------------
Publisher. C om pany’s affairs. This is tine wea-
C. c l m l DUTY,
sharpening w ithout c u tte r t.iM and
th er for railroad surveys and Kngin
all otherOwork in p ro p o rtio n . <>uk
S u b sc r ip tio n Ita le » .
ecr Thielscn is m ak in g the most of coupling p u t in to r s i, u ak bars each
L u ...........
outh At ;
it. S ecretary H olden Is m eeting >#1. at ('. ....
l*er Six Monti».
the old stand
Per Four Months.
Mrs. M. K. IatR an sieu r keep- al
ter of th e first assessment levied ways ou hund a tine stock oi -• lect
Physician and Surgeon.
Advi-rti.-ing iu li■> luuilti
som etim e ago. Cok Jas. Taylor gianls.
ggpOfllce, R uena V ista, Oregon, ¿4
< 'orrc~]«iii<U-n'-c is solicited from all friends yesterday handed him u check for
W. H. W heeler has th e finest line
o f the 1>U|K.T.
$2500, th e am ount of his first assess* of holiday goods ever brought to In
M f f B I f t h . On iron, Nov. 1 0, 1HHM. nient. Ret ween $9000 and $lo,uoi* dependence.
JO H N J . D A L Y ,
is now paid in.
Residents of the
San Francisco, <’ttl„ A|»ril 2. For «evi-ral
W illam ette valley alive to th eir in
affection O f u very uggnivnted oliumi t. r 1
terests, are giving considerable a t fiiinlfv tried ltie Ore-on Kidney Tea. . el to* i
tention to this m atter and the press has now entiaely recovered tier liealtli -It Will prompt’} ■
50G T S
Prince, Salesman at Cutting Co. - I t t>y
eut rust (»1 to him.
of the state have non« but good • >. H.
For Four Months.
words and hearty encouragem ent
D A L L A S, O R E G O N .
Pnrtl<*s h av in g side-w alks to build
L arge R epublican gttins.
for the railroad that will aid not
or repair w ill please a tte n d to it ini-
a lo n e to A storia bu t to the en tire
m ediutely and save cost.—A. N .
H a lh f k , m arshal.
W A llR E X T R I IT T ,
Polk County Observer.
Surprising Cash Barga'
»I • K. Locke*
Attorney at Law,
° THE OBSERVER FOR
They ¡tl! (¡ill in Line.
5000 C A L IF O R N IA .
ToiMi O ltlK JO N .
5INH) W A SH IN G T O N .
5000 M ONTANA.
lioo IDA HO.
I.liVI P. MOKTON.
(if New York.
W ith the ehctidii of Ilarriso n and
M orton, the governm ent goes hack
to the |»arty which stood by the un
ion when the dem ocrats tried to de
stroy it. T he em phatic answ er of
the northern voters have come bark
th at the tariff m ust l>e sustained. No
more M ills bill.
The election returns have been
eagerly watched by all parties. At
present a riling it seems as though
H arrison has curried every northern
state, except Connecticut and N ew
Jersey which will take an official
count to decide; also W est V irginia.
From the returns it is probable th at
tiie n e x t House o f R epresentatives
w ill he Republican.
Our Salem and A lbany exchanges
are full of it e m s about th e proposed
A storia and V alley railroad, and it
is a suhjtH'i th at dem ands attention.
R ailroad building in Oregon in the
next few years is going to be o f a
character to stir up localities. Folk
com ity w ith all its splendid resources
is not going to be slow in inereas-
ng its advantages.
One m an is ’som etim es afraid to
praise another, lest by exalting the
accom plishm ent of th at other, he
should seem to depreciate his own.
But, iu tru th , it is often m ore
praisew orthyin us to praise an o th er
w orthily than it would l>c for us to
have done th e very th in g w hich is
deserving of praise in th at other. To
praise w orthily is one of the best
ways o f I icing praisew orthy.
We hereby place in nom ination
for speaker at the house of th e next
legislature th e mime of H on. 1). P.
Thom pson, of M ultnom ah.—Ex.
D e e d s R e c o rd e d .
Helen Wayniiro to J. W. Chnmbcrlaln
tract o f Innd on tiie rood lietweeu Inrtepen-
(lenee and Dallas, consideration $75.
V K Worthington to Knima I’oole lots 1,
'2, .*1 and 4 in McCoy $75.
Sarah Seliring to The Polk County Land
Company lots J, 2, 3 and 4 in Henry H ill
addition Indeiiendcncc, $450.
Peter Cook to Amos Holman 140 acres of
land south-west |«irt o f the donation claim
o f K. E lkins $4000.
J K Davidson to wealtliy Mitchell lot in
| Independence $150.
i Ira Smith to J 8 t'-ooper lot 4 in Indc|ien-
J M Simpson and T Simpson to J A W ith
row, so acres in donation claim o f John
Lewis .$ 20011 .
J M Sini|ison and T Simponn toS U W ith
row SO acres in Joint Lewis donation claim
$ 2000 .
Jn*|ier Kennedy to A Byars 1.7.8 acres east
o f Dixie $4000.
A ir lie .
Farms for Salo.
2IO Acres, gissi house and ham , 15"
in cultivation, $75 per in re.
;tH.*i Acre» good new house and hunt, new
orchard, ño acres in cultivation, g issi titulier
and pasturi, $ | i par acaa.
150 Acres, all good fanti land. 14m aere-
snmnicrfallow, g issi In M ise and Isirn, g-od
oreiiard. $77è i«-r acre, it>. well l o c a t i 1.
lOO Ac ■res. all in cultivation, gissi li"ii»<*
and ham. 00 iiere'siimnieriallinv. fafm < 1 iv i !
ed into ili ree field«, gissi spring in each, \ cry
desirable furili, $75 | kt acre.
7 1 7 Ai rin, good house and barn. +7 a> r» -
in cultivation, g issi oreiiard, -plenuid si.s .
farm, $10 per acre.
All the above tarais are choice land and
finely located. Inquiries iiy mail will re" • •
prompt attention. We sell and take on
mission, any properties in Oregon. JAMI -
TATOM, Moiiinouth, Polk county, l'n-_
HSPLivcrv, Feed and Sale stable. First-class
turnouts, and prices reasonable. Oive it« a
call, north end o f Main Street, HKKREN A
Tin* d ry goods store F. M. A. w ill
give you tt b arg ain if you w ill call
am i «*■<• them .
M O X M O V T II ,
O R F.fi OX.
O p en s S ep tem b er loth.
T fr Docs a general banking business. Sight
Drafts on New York, ^nn Francisco or Port
land. Deposits received subject to die k or
on certificates o f deisisit. t ollections will
receive prompt attention. Office hours S a.
in. to 5 p. in. Il'ill * Hiirril.tr Proof s .fr , n -
ciirrtl by Ynfr Time Luck.
W e are Selling our Stock
DRY GOODS AT COST
attorney at Law,
D A L L A S , ()RE< JON.
Will pruftice in nil the courts o f tiie Slate.
Office iu Court llous ».
ü ê t X ow
is y o u r chance to got groat barg ain s, in o u r D ry (ioods, t
Goods, N otions, C lothing, Hoots and Shoos, F urnishing Goo^
C rockery a n d G lassw are, d ep a rtm en ts, e tc .- ^ j
Former Offers Fade Away In Oblivion.
Druggists and Apothecaries.
I Xrii'gs. Taint . Oils. Ol.i.-s and all .flier Ar
1 * tides kept in a iir.-t-cia.ss drug store.
Tin's»* goods m ust be sold. j& jrW e a re g y in g to clone out our sto^l
an d ¡lartics n eed in g a n y th in g in o u r line w ill find it to
th e ir a d v a n ta g e to call a n d nee us.
Prescriptions rarefali/ rompmmded.
1N D E P E N D E N ( E , ( >KE< JO N .
MES A SMITH.
Ms » pcîdî'r^ in Lootl
pHrton s î^il*
: ica] In
strumentai o f all k i m b .
Goods w ill be Sold Cheap.|
Är<, Rem lier th e place, corner liriek store, N IE S A SMITH,
James Ta tom.
P.cal Eätato ind Insurance Agent
E U T L E R i,
Druggist and Apothecary.
Iiiiad Quarters far General ^crrliamf |
Several hn n d rcd dollars w as l»ot on
—Dealer in —
th e elt*ction Tuesday.
W in W ilson of P o rtlan d , is v isit
D rur«, fhem itats, 15 its, St.i.innery,Toilet
j ing his parents here.
H ugh W illiam s and wife Imvebecn
GENERAL BLACKSMITH1NG. Prescription* rarefali/ ( *:::’ ninths!.
W ashington territo ry leads every visiting a t Jo e T ethrow , near your
city for tin* past week.
state and territo ry in th e U nion in )
Monmouth, - - - Orejón.
th e yield of w heat per aero. In th e | Some one broke into Hud H um s’
official report of the governm ent, the ,
greatest yield in any state is th at of coat a few days ago.
T he y oung fo lk s not w ishing to in*
Oregon, placed at
acre, and th e greatest yield in the tie hind tim es m et at th e school house
Oregon State Normal School.
U nited States i- accredited to W ash- ! last F rid a y night and organized a
ington territo ry , being 18.5 bushels debating society an d s e l l i n g school.
F f l.L FA <7 t.TY,
Shop ora>n«ite livery statile, at the foundry
S. J. WATERHOUSES.
per acre. T his is a gran d show ing | W e 1 io | h ‘ every one w ill tak e an in
GOOD HI IL D IN f,-.
for th e pacific N orthw est, com ing as terest iu it an d m ake it a auceess.
U ' i i l i i:X iJ£N.<K.s
it does from the com m issioner o f ag - 1 T here is about 8000 bushels of w heat
-( 'arries ¡it all tim es a fresh a n d co m p lete stock ot groceries.-
r¡culture at W ashington C ity, and rem aining in the w areh o u se lu re.
tends to confirm th e am azing stati'-
We have Iss'ii h a v in g our sluin' of
m ent m ade l»v lle o rv V illard at H tJ book agents and peddlers this wt'ok.
Paul, in which lie predicted a popu
N liss N ora W illiam s has lss*n on
lation of tw en ty m illion people O re
tin* sick list fids w eek.
gon and W ashington te rrito ry w ith
All Normal Graduate, re»- *ve a J'lolom."
v ev ery desertption, as cheap as th e cheapest. Y o u r patronage li »2
from the State wlii* h mitho.i.’ s ...... .. t.>
in an o th er generation.— /tu te p a u le n t.
cited. Call an d see him .
tench in any pulilic - In»>! :u ¡he State, t »timi
People w ho are talktnl about, are
those w ho go and ex a m in e th e tine
t doll o f these Normal Dipl .una.«, u linoni ex
stoek o f artists m eterial at Musters
F ro m I*. N. N ystrom .
Independence. H e lias a full line of
E n . OnsKHVKii. I have now settled Tula's, A cadem y boards, plaques,
at m y new and pleasant hom e, w ith frames, brushes,etc.
Call and see
Hro. an d sister W alker at Forest them .
C H E A P
L I V I N G .
Grove. I have been fortunate in th e
T he G reat N orthw est L inim ent a
selection of tlds hom e, and w hile at «vrtain and s|aaaiy cure for cholera
tWX-fiiKxl table Imard is fiirnistied to stu
dents at the "Normal Dining Hall ' .*:• $ 1.51
M onm outh i can say 1 never had m orbus, eolie, croup, and tlux. Sold
week. Good boarding in families w i t h 1
any U 'tter people to ¡issociatc w ith, by N. II. Hutler M onm outh.
furnished room, fuel and light«, .•?:;.(»> to #7 '■* '
Nothing is more disngroenhlo to a young
]* t week.
a n d the kindne-:, and unscllish assis
lady or gentleman than to have the fmv cov
tance w hich 1 received there.
I ered with block bends pimples and hlotehi's.
D E A L E R S
shall not forget m y tirst English Dillards Sws-ific, the new skin remedy, will
remove nil disfigurations from the face and
PORTLAdo. OR. Cc
tra in in g was in C hristian College hands and pr diice n clear complexion Trv
Practical Course oi Study,
(now the Norm al i and the great ad it and he eonvinissi Sold by N. 11 llutler,
Sold by N. H. Butler.
—Compieteti in a—
vantage received w hile th ere will druggist.
alw ays he d ear to m y m em ory. I
have not lieen here long enough to
say m uch concerning Forest G rove,
hut it seem to he cheerful and pros
¡Send for Catalogue. A ddn-s the T’rt Meat
pering. Ilie Pacific U niversity is
D. T. S ta nley , Jfoninouth, Oregon.
doing well this y ear, and a la tte r a t
tendance than it has had for years.
Conk «toves furnished #15 am i higher.
Milk pans 12} ets and higher.
T h e Professors take a deep Interest
Milk pails 75 ets and higher.
in th e spiritual w ellfare o f th e stu d
D. M arren,
j . E j crman
polish 5 ets and higher.
ents. T he Pit • . of th e c »lh*ge, Prof.
K ills offered me a fn*e scholarship
hot did not accept it, as I expect to
preach all m y tim e this w in ter in
N!! kinds of produce taken in exchange for goods.----- —
Nails 7} ets per pound and higher.
o rder to prepare for my trip to Lex
Ko|ie pi* ets per pound am i higher.
ington K y. next ,\ ar.
W e have a
M O X M O V T ir,
H ardw are, lum lter, shingles, tools, sash, diairs, m ouldings, et»1.
good p m sp w t for a good church to
x> oven \x ire am i spiral spring m a in sa w .
lie form ed hen* this w in ter. I had
th e O tis kk Vi u to visit mi' this week,
and stvnnsl like I was at m y old
hom e, it is a welcome messenger;
Ammunition and fishing taekle.
W all |xap4>r and xviiuiow sh a d e s.
we shall he glad to see it every week
Hird euges, liraekets am i m irrors.
hope it w ill pro»|>er an d grow infltt-
—P. N. Nystrom.
Yam;liii X Hillard.
BUY VOID GItOCElilES AT
Normal, Collegiate, and
NOTIONS! NOTIONS ! !
FOR ALL SKIN DISEASES
: ^ m u j o i c , Ne¿
Bed Rock Prices,
Best Grade of Goods,
New Goods-New Prices.
And Fair Dealing
Is Our Motto.
A full line of Tinware Correspondingly. barren X Jerman,
FANCY WIRE FENCE.
A (im)d Line of Furniture.
T he follow ing from th e A H a rin u
show s th at th e railroad from A storia
is an lov'tin d fact, and will come in
to th e valley some w hen*. O ur citi
z e n s are Interest«’«! mid should have
a voice in saying w here that some-
NVp a t n 'n a ^ : * « y,M1 f° r ^
w*' a<k a « 'n tin u a u e e o f y o u r
Farmers Supply Depot Co.,
Wood Work a Specialty.
111 j> 01110nfs and Farm' Machinery.
COOPER A. C 0 N N A W A Y ,
—HEALERS IX —
A 11 charge* reasonable.
M o n m
G iv to a a call.
U tT Agents for Kapp, Hurrvll A Go.